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Event Published: 09 Sep 2020

CO:RE European Consultation: Teenagers and parents invited!

CO:RE European Consultation | 27 & 29 October 2020 | By CO:RE WP9 – European Schoolnet. Teenagers and parents invited to take part in a Europe-wide consultation series. If you are interested in participating, please write to nike.retzmann[at]eun.org .

Students and parents invited to take part in the CO:RE Project

Our team around work package 9, working with the school community in the CO:RE Project invites

  • students (aged 14 to 16) and 

  • parents (whose children attend primary or secondary school)  

to participate in a European consultation series. If you would like to take part please continue reading! 

If you would like to participate in one of these meetings please continue reading!

Europe-wide Consultation Series

The goal of our consultation series is to better understand which issues students, parents and teachers find important concerning children’s and teenagers’ experiences online (e.g. opportunities, challenges, support) and discuss if and how these topics should be brought to the attention of politicians. We also want to hear your ideas on how we could improve the CO:RE knowledge platform currently being developed by our project. This platform will gather and provide information on the effects of digital technologies on the lives of children and teenagers. 

Format

The consultations take place online in the form of an interactive workshop (~ 90 minutes) with approximately eight participants per group via a video conferencing system. The groups will consist of participants from various European countries. 

Organisers

The consultations will be organised by researchers from European Schoolnet,  a network of 34 European Ministries of Education, based in Brussels. European Schoolnet is CO:RE work package 9 leader. This work package focuses on matching the aims and objectives of the CO:RE Project to the needs of the educational sector.

Dates

The consultations will take place on 27 October, 19.00-20.30 CET (for parents) and on 29 October, 18.00-19.30 CET (for students). 

If you would like to participate or have any questions, please send an email to Nike Retzmann (nike.retzmann[at]eun.org) including your name, contact email and, if applicable, school. If you are a student who would like to take part, please ask a parent to send an email on your behalf. 

About CO:RE

The CO:RE Knowledge Base aims to become a one-stop-shop offering a wide range of resources and materials, such as blog posts, reports, e-brochures for the three stakeholder groups (research, education and policy-making) across more than 30 European countries.

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About the authors

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Educational Stakeholders (CO:RE at EUN)

Sabrina Vorbau

Sabrina Vorbau is Project Manager at European Schoolnet (EUN) (BE) and has been a member of its Digital Citizenship Team since 2014. She is involved in a variety of online safety projects such as Better Internet for Kids (BIK), the eSafety Label and SELMA (Social and Emotional Learning for Mutual Awareness). She is Work Package 9 Leader and manages all CO:RE-related activities at European Schoolnet (EUN).

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Educational Stakeholders (CO:RE at EUN)

Verónica Donoso

Verónica Donoso, PhD, is a Digital Literacy and Child Online Safety consultant at the European Schnoolnet (BE) with more than 16 years of experience in the field of children, digital technologies and internet safety. Through her career she has advised UNICEF, United Nations and the European Commission, among others ande is a member of the Global Kids Online International Advisory Group.
She is Work Package 9 Co-Leader.

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Educational Stakeholders (CO:RE at EUN)

Hans Martens

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Educational Stakeholders (CO:RE at EUN)

Eray Basar

Eray Basar is Junior Project Officer at European Schoolnet (EUN) (BE) and works on a range of digital citizenship projects such as Better Internet for Kids (BIK), eSafety Label (eSL) and CO:RE. He is a member of the WP9 team.

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